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The 18R is basic, manual firing only handheld remote-control. This remote is current discontinued.

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The 18R2 is the flagship handheld remote-control that supports both manual and fully-automated firing.

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The 18M is a firing module that supports 18 cues. The 18M boasts a highly modular design and supports on-board cues, quickplugs and slats.

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The 36M & 72M are firing modules that supports higher cue counts (36 and 72 cues). These modules boast a highly modular design and support on-board cues, quickplugs and slats.

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The 6M is a compact, mountable and wearable mini-module designed for the SPFX industry.

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The Audio Box is a stand-alone wireless audio output device for playing music in sync with the 18R2 Pro Remote.

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Slats are a stand-alone circuit board for connecting cues. Available in 18 and 36 cues, you can connect one or more slats to your module using slat cables.

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The Command Center is an all-in-one system for operating your 18R2, booster, deadman, Control Panel and SMPTE time code input with over 60 hours of battery life.

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SMPTE (pronounced "simpty") is a way to syncronize your 18R2 to firing modules to play music in perfect sync. SMPTE is a lower priced alternative to the COBRA Audio Box.

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Integrating DMX into your show allows you to control SPFX equipment alongside your modules.

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The Control Panel is a downloadable Android app that provides a comprehensive, digital user interface to the 18R2.

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COBRA Show Creator is a web-based software program for designing both timed and step event shows with or without music.

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MJG Firewire Initiators are a non-regulated professional e-match used for instant ignition of both consumer and professional product.

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Talon Igniters are a clip-style igniter for firing traditional consumer Visco / Cannon fuse.

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Scripting is the process of creating script files used for firing semi- and fully automated shows.

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COBRA offers the option to upgrade to new firmware versions that offer improved features and functionality.

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Understanding signal strength and associated best practices is critical within a wireless system.

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